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Study finds ethanol derived from agave plants could be given a shot as a substitute for gasoline and be grown without displacing food crops.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 28 july 2011

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This article titled “Tequila gives new biofuel crops a shot” was written by Damian Carrington, for The Guardian on Thursday 28th July 2011 05.59 UTC

The desert plants used to distil tequila could cut emissions from transport by providing an important new biofuel crop, according to new research.

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